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    FRUITS IN SINDHUDURG
    FOODS IN SINDHUDURG
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    Coconut

    Coconut plantation is abundant in SIndhdurg and you can see coconut trees in every corner of SIndhudurg. It is one of the oldest tree available here. Alon with its usage in food, it is widely used in manufacturing products like Oil for preparing brooms from its leaves. Coconut plant bark is later used as storage containers for pickles etc.

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    Jackfruit

    The scientific name of Jackfruit tree is Artocarpus heterophyllus. No one knows the true origin of the jackfruit but it is believed native to the rainforest of Western Ghats (Sahyadri). Its fruit is the largest tree-borne fruit, up to 35 kg (80 lb) in weight, 90 cm (35 inches) in length, and 50 cm (20 inches) in diameter. The jackfruit tree is a widely cultivated throughout the tropical regions of the world. Jackfruit is the national fruit of Bangladesh country.

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    Mango

    Mango Is speciality of Kokan and Sindhdudurg mostly coastal region of sindhudurg like Devgad,Vengurla,Malvan Cultivating Mango.Devgad Mango is famouse for worldwide for its natural sweet taste very popular with name of Devgad Alfanso in india for it.

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    Watermelon

    From last few years, farming of Watermelon is taken seriously by farmers in Sindhudurg. Maybe because of this is short-term cash crop as well as it is intercrop. Most of the farmers directly sell watermelons to customers through their roadside shop. It is natural and low maintenance dessert for the summer season in Kudal .

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    Kokum

    Kokum or Garcinia Indica is a fruit which is famous for its healthy and refreshing cool drink. Kokum juice is not only delicious but it also has several health benefits.

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    Karvand - Blue berry

    This Karvand is known in Hindi as 'Khatta Meetha'. But the scriptures are known in the Raya language as 'Uswarsi'. Karvand is a Berry-type fruit which is used for its health. Many of these components work on immunization. Karvand does not last long because it is a perishable fruit. However, the raw gooseberries mangle the pickle and grinded pebbles, but they last longer.

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    Kokum

    Kokum or Garcinia Indica is a fruit which is famous for its healthy and refreshing cool drink. Kokum juice is not only delicious but it also has several health benefits.

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    Cashew

    Cashew was a native of Brazil introduced by Portuguese travellers during the 16th century at Goa from where it was spread to Sindhudurg, Ratnagiri and other parts of India. It is an important plantation crop in wasteland development programme. Cashew is the traditional crop of Konkan region, mainly grown on hill slopes as the rainfed perennial horticultural crop.

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    Java plum- Jambul

    It is native to the Indian Subcontinent, adjoining regions of Southeast Asia, China and Queensland. java plum fruit looks like a grape but its shape is more oval than grapes. It is also reinforced by the color of its purple fruit. Java plum fruit flesh is white with small seeds and have the same color.

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    Mash melon-Chibud

    Chibud melon has a white flesh with a slight orange tint around the collection of seeds in the center of the fruit. Its flesh is sweet with a tender and juicy texture. When ripe it will have a musky aroma, similar to that of a classic muskmelon.

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    Guava

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    Cultivation in Sindhudurg

    1. Rice Farming in Rainy Season
    2. Fruit Cultivation
    3. Mango Cultivation
    4. Cococnut Cultivation
    5. Cashew Cultivation
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    Solkadhi

    Solkadhi – Somewhat like a cross between kadhi and buttermilk, solkadhi is an integral part of a Malvani meal. The rich creaminess of coconut milk is balanced with the tang from kokum petals and has a slightly spicy edge from green chillies.

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    Fried Seafood

    Fresh seafood is blessing to the people from the Malvan region. Mackerel, squids, pomfret, crabs, shellfish and prawns are all available in abundance. Marinated in a delicious masala (red or green), coated with rice flour and semolina and fried mostly in coconut oil, these fish recipes are classic Malvani.

    1. Mackerel
    2. Squids
    3. Pomfret
    4. Shellfish
    5. Prawns
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    Bombil Fry

    Bombil fry definitely deserves hallmark status when we talk about Malvani cuisine. Bombil fish or Bombay duck is unique to this region and has really soft, mushy flesh which contrasts the crispy flour coating it is covered with, perfectly. This deep fried delicacy is light on the stomach and doesn’t stretch your pocket. Fried Bombay duck will definitely have you hooked on from the first bite itself. Special mention, you can have a clean plate while eating Bombay duck as the bones are deliciously soft!

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    Dhondhas

    Like we mentioned earlier, food from the Malvan coast is different from elsewhere in the country, in terms of ingredients and cooking methods. Not everyone can come up with a delicious steamed sweet cake using cucumber and semolina. Dhondhas gets its wonderfully grainy texture because of the semolina and grated cucumber and sweetness with jaggery. You can also make a version of this almost forgotten in time recipe with jackfruit.